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The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other

The problem is to calculate the diffracted fields on the other

**side**of the sheet . Since the sheet is assumed flat , the simple vector theorem ( 9.82 ) is appropriate . Evidently the problem is solved if we can determine the electric ...Page 298

9.12 now cut in the plane , the fields will be altered and will penetrate through the hole to the other

9.12 now cut in the plane , the fields will be altered and will penetrate through the hole to the other

**side**. But far away from the hole in terms of its dimensions ) , although still " near the conducting plane , ” the fields will be ...Page 555

To determine the equation satisfied by the electric multipole function fim ( ) inside the source , we substitute ( 16.82 ) into the first equation of ( 16.80 ) , take the scalar product of both

To determine the equation satisfied by the electric multipole function fim ( ) inside the source , we substitute ( 16.82 ) into the first equation of ( 16.80 ) , take the scalar product of both

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

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TimeVarying Fields Maxwells Equations Con | 169 |

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